You can find spooky entertainment such as performances, walking tours and haunted venues throughout Indiana.
Typically beginning in late September and peaking in mid-October, vibrant fall leaves are a sight to see in the Hoosier state.
Did you known Indianapolis is home to more war memorials than any other U.S. city aside from Washington, D.C.?
While October wasn’t officially declared National Popcorn Poppin’ Month until 1999, the holiday has been celebrated for more than 25 years.
Your Indiana Farm Bureau membership card is your key to member benefits that include discounts on a wide variety of services and merchandise – and starting last year, your membership card changed.
Find out how to choose the best apples, pears and fall vegetables and learn how to store them for optimal freshness.
Taking place during the first weekend of November each year, Muster on the Wabash is a family-friendly event where attendees can learn about U.S. history.
Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance honored its 75th anniversary on Oct. 17, 2009, which kicked off a yearlong celebration.
Wineries flourish along three designated wine trails, making for plenty of opportunities to experience the full range of Indiana wines, plus other points of interest along the way.
Before Thanksgiving rolls around each year, the city of Ferdinand gears up for a citywide Christmas celebration that draws thousands of visitors.
Visitors who find their way to Evansville are bound to discover more than they imagined in this friendly, affordable city.
Who knows a better recipe for pumpkin pie than someone who grows them? Diana Armand of Harper Valley Farms offers her mother’s recipe for the fall classic.
Take advantage of the season’s bounty of green, red and orange fruits and vegetables, and you’ll realize benefits beyond simple and fast preparation.
Satek Winery opened in 2001, but like the grapes that grow in its vineyards, the roots of the award-winning winery sink deep in the Indiana soil.
Did you know that adding a pinch of salt to your quart or gallon of milk makes it stay fresh longer? Learn more about other dairy fun facts.
Ask yourself these questions to determine whether or not your family and home will be protected in case of emergency.
The Harper Valley Farms pumpkin patch in Westport, Indiana, is open each fall from mid-September to Halloween, seven days a week, weather permitting.
Established in 1837, Kelsay Farms is a sixth-generation family farm hosting nearly 10,000 visitors and students each year.
Every farmer knows the importance of enriching the soil and preparing a seed bed for planting. We gardeners benefit from the same practices: cleaning of debris, tilling, amending the soil and fall planting.
Plant heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables for seed preservation – and because heritage varieties simply taste better.
Beef up your knowledge with these facts on the cattle industry, the largest segment of American agriculture.
Corn, wheat, milk – even tiny tots in America know that some products come from farms. But how many people realize that detergents, X-ray film and crayons wouldn’t be here without farmers and their crops?
Softwood or hardwood? Maple or pine? According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America, the type of firewood isn’t nearly as important as its age. It needs to be dry – very dry.
Three easy ways to dry and preserve fresh flowers: air-drying, pressing and framing, and microwaving flowers. (Yes, you read that correctly.)
Container gardening is a great way to create beauty and enhance an area’s appeal.